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Spotlight on Korea GHS Regulatory Compliance Strategy - Webinar I: Overview and Key Compliance Points

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Alex Zhao, Brad Ji
Wednesday , 22nd Jun 2022
REACH24H
Background

*There are a total of two webinars to be held in June and July in this webinar series. This is Webinar I. Webinar II will be held on July 6, please register here. If you are interested in the Chinese session, please click here to reserve your seat.

Korea was one of the first countries to implement GHS: in December 2006, the Ministry of Employment and Labour (MoEL) revised OSHA according to the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS), and proposed MSDS preparation and hazard transmission in Article 41, marking the beginning of the implementation of GHS by MoEL; In 2008, the Ministry of Environment revised TCCA according to the GHS system, and proposed labeling of hazardous chemical substances in Article 16, marking the beginning of the implementation of GHS by the Korean Ministry of Environment as well.

On April 8, 2022, the Korea Safety and Health Work Group of MoEL produced and distributed a self-regulatory checklist for chemical manufacturing and importing companies to fulfill the MSDS inspection system, and introduced the self-regulatory inspection measures such as fines will be taken for violations confirmed during the inspection, which symbolize the further strengthening of enforcement of GHS by MoEL. In this webinar, we will take the MSDS inspection system as an opportunity to introduce how to comply with the GHS system in Korea.

Contents
  • Overview of Korea GHS

  • Key Compliance Points


Contact Information

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Speaker
  • GHS Regulatory Consultant
    Alex graduated from Beijing University of Chemical Technology, with a Master's degree in Chemistry. He is experienced with the GHS compliance work in many countries and provided regulatory compliance service for over 1,000 enterprises, including the chemicals classification, SDS and labelling.
  • Chemical Regulatory Consultant
    Mr. Brad graduated fromZhejiang University of Technology, with a Bachelor's degree in both Applied Chemistry and Law. He is experienced with the GHS compliance work in many countries and provided regulatory compliance service for over 1,000 enterprises, including the chemicals classification, SDS and labelling.